Rules for Biologically Inspired Adaptive Network Design

@article{Tero2010RulesFB,
  title={Rules for Biologically Inspired Adaptive Network Design},
  author={A. Tero and S. Takagi and T. Saigusa and Kentaro Ito and D. Bebber and M. Fricker and Kenji Yumiki and R. Kobayashi and T. Nakagaki},
  journal={Science},
  year={2010},
  volume={327},
  pages={439 - 442}
}
Miniature Transport Engineers In its vegetative phase, the slime mold Physarum polycephalum “slimes” its way through the world seeking food. As it explores, it links previously found food sources with tubular structures. Tero et al. (p. 439) report that if food sources are deposited on a plate in a pattern corresponding in miniature to the positions of the cities that surround Tokyo, the resulting network of Physarum tubules that develops is rather similar in structure to the railroad network… Expand
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